Neutral & Natural: Guest Bedrooms (And Everything You Need To Get The Look)

Ready for more of our neutral and natural project? We’ve shown you the living room and kitchen areas, and yesterday we showed you the relaxing master suite. And today, we’re taking you to the other spaces designed for a soothing night’s sleep-  the Guest Bedrooms. 

For the two guest bedrooms, we definitely went dark, utilizing black as a major design component in wallcoverings, paint and accessories. But to keep things from feeling a little too moody, we brought in lots of lighter tones through soft bed linens, textiles and vibrant art. The results are balanced bedrooms that are equal parts compelling and calming.

 

Keep scrolling to see all the images of the Guest Bedrooms (and shop all the pieces to bring this look home). And be sure to check out all the other spaces: The Living Room & Kitchen, Master Suite, and the Club Room & Outdoor Lounge.

 

If you want to see even more of our design work, check out Bobby’s Parents’ Home Makeover, Sunny Scandinavian: The Full Home Tour, Modern Boho: The Full Home Tour and Bold and Black: The Full Home Tour.

GUEST BEDROOM 1

It’s all about the bold and graphic elements in the first guest bedroom. Starting with the black accent wall that draws the eye, to the black and white stripe rug and circle brushstroke art, there’s plenty of pieces that keep things visually appealing. For the bed, we kept things simple in upholstered grey, adding a striped duvet, and grey and black accent pillows. The wood nightstands, sculptural table lamps and suede bench all help bring in warming tones that help counterbalance those bold elements. The angular art from Bobby’s line helps break up all the vertical and horizontal lines, and continues a pop of black. Across from the bed, the Culla Dresser from Article adds more rich, brown tones, with a black sculptural object, concrete table lamp, and a desert photograph drawing the area together.

 

 

GUEST BEDROOM 2

A dramatic dark grey wallcovering sets the tone for this guest bedroom. With a subtle grid pattern, it also brings in a strong linear quality to the space that is also reflected in the Lux 3 Rug from Nordic Knots and cross-shaped  Fjord Pendant from Cedar and Moss. The Mid-Century Pebble Bed by West Elm, along with nightstands in a washed grey finish are contrasting partners to the dark tones. To bring in softness, we hung a pair of tone on tone white textured paintings, curvy Pearl Sconces from Cedar & Moss and a subtle geometric white duvet cover and waffle weave throw on the bed.  And for some added interest, we choose color-blocked curtains for the window treatments.

 

 

1. Roslyn Linen Throw Pillow | 2. Charcoal Gray Lumbar Pillow | 3. Fjord Compass Pendant | 4. Ripple Texture Duvet Cover & Shams | 5. Waffle Weave Throw Blanket | 6. Pearl Sconce | 7. Fresco 2 Art | 8. Mid-Century Bed | 9. Lux 3 Rug | 10. Pure White Ceramic Planter | 11. Grier Nightstand | 12. Block Curtain Panels

 

Like what you see? Let us know your favorites in the comments below! And don’t forget to come back tomorrow as we reveal the final spaces in this home-  the club room, powder room and patio.

 

  1. This is so incredibly clever. Creating the pallette and design for inspo and then directing people where to go to recreate a similar look in their own homes. Love!

    1. Thanks for reading! Happy to hear that you found our shop feature helpful xx -B